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102 STAT. 2269-13
102 STAT. 2269-13
PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

102 STAT. 2269-13

PUBLIC LAW 100-462—OCT. 1, 1988

G>) The Mayor, within 30 days after the enactment of this Act, shall engage an enrolled actuary, to be paid by the District of Columbia Retirement Board, and shall comply with the requires ments of section 142(d) and section 144(d) of the District of Columbia ^ .. Retir^nent Reform Act of 1979.(Public Law 96-122, D.C. Code, sees. l-722(d)andl-724(d)). (c) If any of the 118 light duty positions that may become vacant under subsection (a) are filled, a civilian employee shall be hired to fili that position. SBC- 140. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for purposes of zoning r^ulations of the District of Columbia, the premises on squares 4302 through 4305, and parcels 167/64,167/65, 167/67 and 167/68 in the District of Columbia shall be considered to be an eleemosynary institution in accordance with the decision of the Deputy Zoning Administrator on December 23, 1986, as authorized by the Certificate of Occupancy Number B-26019 dated November 8, 1960, and that the current use of the premises is within the non-conforming use of rights as permitted by such (Certificate of Occupancy. (b) Subsection (a) shall not be construed to require any new license unless such was required by District of (Columbia law prior to the adoption of Zoning O)mmission Order Number 347 dated July 9, 1981. Employment SBC. 141. (a) If by May 1, 1989, the District of Columbia governand ment has not adopted, and implemented no later than September 30, unemployment, jggg^ ^ preference system that does not preclude the hiring of ^ nonciiy residents, none of the funds provided or otherwise made available by this Act may be used to pay the salary or expenses of any officer, employee, or agent who is engaged in implementing, administering, or enforcing a District of (Columbia residency requirement with respect to employees of the Government of the District of Columbia. (b) After the date of enactment of this section, the District shall not dismiss any employees currently facing adverse job action for failure to comply with the residency requirement. SEC. 142. Such sums as may be necessary for fiscal year 1989 pay raises for programs funded by this Act shall be absorbed within the levels appropriated in this Act. Insurance. SEC. 143. None of the Federal funds appropriated by this Act shall AIDS. , be obligated or expended after December 31, 1988, if on that date the IKstric^ of Columbia has not repealed District of (Columbia Law 6170, the Prohibition of Discrimination in the Provision of Insurance Act of 1986 (D.C. Law 6-170), amended the law to allow testing for the human immunodeficiency virus as a condition for acquiring all health, life and disability insurance without r^ard to the face value of such policies. Eligibility for coverage and premium costs shall be determined in accordance with ordinary practices. Abortion. SEC. 144. Nono of the funds appropriated under this Act for the Mayor of the District of Columbia shall be expended after January 1, 1989, if on that date, using existing powers, the Department of Human Services has not implemented a system of mandatory reporting of individual abortions performed in the District of Columbia; and cat^ories of data collected under such system shall be substantially similar to those collected by the National C]!enter for Healtib Statistics: Provided, That the Department of Human Services shall not require reporting of the identity of the aborting woman or the abortion provider, and shall ensure that the identity